Tuesday, February 14, 2012

DoubleBack Van - A moving home by Volkswagen

Volkswagen mostly began submiting “pop tops” on its camper vans. In the decades since, the soft-sided interior height-extenders suffer become a ubniquitous sight on VW vans parked in campgrounds all throughout the world. Now, Welsh organization Overlander Motorhomes is presenting how it sees as the rational compliment to the pop top – it is the DoubleBack, a sliding insulated pod so extends the interior length of Volkwagen‘s T5 Transporter van. The company starts investing in a supply 2.0TDI 140PS Long Wheelbase T5 van, later adds its patented DoubleBack pod package.

When on the road, the pod stays tucked up inside the coming back of the vehicle Once the driver stops and decides they would covet to come to an agreement minimal someplace, however, it electrically extends out of the rear in beneath 45 seconds, inserting about two meters (6.5 feet) of useable interior space. Two legs moreover fold out out of the ground of the pod, that make it easier for it to substantiation up 600 kilograms (1,323 lbs), and to self-level on uneven terrain. T5 Transporters obtaining the DoubleBack treatment in addition insert an elevating roof, a fold-out dual bed in the pod itself, a kitchenette, and supplementary home-on-the-road features.

It’s unclear how the interior of the van is affected when the pod is pulled in, while Overlander alleges the present one of its persuaded vans can accommodate either a driver and one passenger in captain’s seats, or a driver and two passengers if the bench seat opportunity is some by the buyer. If the concept of an extending rear pod sounds at all familiar, that is because Nissan floated the thought on its NV200 thought cargo van, uni decades ago. The feature never assembled it with to the creation version of the vehicle, however. The DoubleBack T5 Transporter van is accessible now, for GBP54,995 (US$86,988). For a appear at what else can be completed to craft a T5 a good amount accommodating, probe out the SpaceCamper.

Featured providing two folded legs on the foot of the pod the current extends and becomes self-leveled on uneven terrain is able to support more than 600 kilograms of weight. T5 DoubleBack comes equipped amid a fold-out dual bed in the pod, an elevating roof and a kitchenette along in other residential structure arrangements essential on the road. The general sliding system is visually impressive, and it just recently takes 45 seconds. The firm performs customization to be your car just recently the way you ask for it. However, it’s even unclear if the pod makes the interiors of the van, but the firm alleges so a driver and one passenger can be accommodated in captain’s seat, or a driver and two passengers can sit if the customer selects the bench seat option. We went to Cardiff to get an exclusive look at the new VW Doubleback T5 California camper van to see how it shapes up as a means of carrying our bikes around and as a living space for relaxing post ride. Sold as a new T5 van, the Doubleback increases available space by nearly two meters when fully extended and allows for weights of up to 400 Kgs to be carried. The back extends electronically at the push of a button. You can carry 4 bikes in the back, and there's plenty of room for surf, ski or other outdoor kit. Seems like a pretty nifty vehicle for your outdoor sports needs. Company director and DoubleBack designer Craig McCormack gives us the lowdown.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012 by V.K Vimalaranjan · 0

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Some Interesting Statics of Mobile phone usage

Mobile Phone Usage ownership by country - Top 10 Mobile Phone Using Countries
1. China has 951,600,000 mobile phone owners.
2. India has 873,612,000 mobile phone owners.
3. USA has 327,577,000 mobile phone owners.
4. Brazil has 231,600,000 mobile phone owners.
5. Russia has 224,260,000 mobile phone owners.
6. Indonesia has 168,264,000 mobile phone owners.
7. Japan has 121,246,700 mobile phone owners.
8. Pakistan has 108,894,000 mobile phone owners.
9. Germany has 107,000,000 mobile phone owners.
10. Nigeria has 90,583,000 mobile phone owners.

Here is some interesting mobile phone usage statics about USA:

  • More than 51% of Americans are using their smartphone in Bes.
  • 21% of 16-17 years old Americans are engaged in "sexting".
  • 23% use smartphones during a meeting or in class. That's almost double the population of California.

How Chinese people using their Mobile Phones:

  • 70% of mobile phones are made in China.
  • Around 2.7 billion SMS texts sent in China every day. Every person in the UK would need to send 34 texts each day to match this.
  • 70% say they "can't live without their mobile phone".

Mobile usage statics in United Kingdom:

  • Over a quarter of adults and half of all teens own a smartphone.
  • 22% of adults and 47% of teens admit answering their handsets in their bathroom or on the loo.
  • 37% of adults and 60% of teens admit they are "highly addicted" to their smartphones. Double the amount of cigarette smokers.
Lets see some statics about Indian's Mobile Usage:
  • 53% of adults have either lost their phone or had it stolen. That's almost double the amount of people worldwide registered on Twitter.
  • Despite this 6/10 have mobile software that indetifies their location and online banking.
  •  Only 2/5 have a password protecting their phone.
Australian users mobile phone usage statics:
  • There are 14.3 million unused mobile phone handsets lying about in Australia. That is more than 3 times the population of New Zealand.
  • 70% of people have at least 1 old mobile phone at home, whilst 32% of them have 2 or more unused handsets at home.
  • Despite this, only 3% of mobile phones are recycled in Australia.
Russians mobile usage statics:
  • There is a mobile phone penetration rate of 154%, meaning there are 1.54 mobiles for each persion.
  • Russia has the Largest mobile phone market in Europe and the 6th largest in the world with over 220million mobile phone subscriptions. That's around the same number of registered domain names on the Internet.
  • Yet despite the size of the market only 11% have smartphones and most people are still connected via old 2G networks.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012 by V.K Vimalaranjan · 0

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Heavy Snowing Day on London - A Video Collection

February 2012, a heavy snow day shoot from london, South Harrow... 
Heavy snow at south harrow, Snow at kingsley road Snow shoot from upstairs, Heavy snow car on kingsley road Kathir abi and saru playing snow, Family guy playing snow with his childrens Starting car on snow morning, Busy man going to work on heavy snow South Harrow Park - Snow Morning!, A Tamil Family Playing snow at Harrow Park! Cleaning snow on street, This video was uploaded from an Android phone. From iceland to kingsley road, Shopping on a snow day... White birds flying on a snowy day, Flying birds caught on android phone

Sunday, February 5, 2012 by V.K Vimalaranjan · 0

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